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Windsor Law is proud to be one of the most diverse law schools in Canada.
For more than 50 years, Windsor Law has put people and their experiences at the centre of legal education through our teaching, research, advocacy and service. We use law as an adaptive tool for social change and offer a comprehensive and rigorous legal education. Our focus on Access to Justice and Transnational Law shapes our programs, which provide a broad curriculum and unique opportunities to learn practical justice skills in a supportive environment that nurtures lifelong relationships.
For candidates with an existing degree.
The Ron Ianni Law Building is a creative and supportive place for students, faculty, and staff to work together. Collaborative meeting spaces allow our hard-working and intellectually curious law students to
The University is right on the border between Canada and the US, and the Faculty of Law is in partnership with the University of Detroit Mercy in a unique, cross-border program where students can earn both a
Canadian and a US law degree in just three years. It's the only one of its kind in North America.
People who are creative, sensitive, articulate, expressive, innovative, and inspiring.
People who are conscientious, logical, organized, thorough, and detail-oriented.
People who are adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, enthusiastic, and persuasive.
People who are intellectual, introspective, inquisitive, methodical, and analytical.
People who are independent, stable, persistent, practical, athletic, mechanical, and down-to-earth.
People who are kind, generous, cooperative, patient, empathetic, tactful, and friendly.
Windsor/Essex County is a beautiful region situated in the heart of the Great Lakes. We enjoy the warmest climate in Ontario, with a long Summer and short Winter. Come see us, you won’t want to leave.
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